‘Fit four fae Kirrie’ bike and hike for Maggie’s Centres

Taking part in the recent Maggie's Monster Bike & Hike Challenge on the Great Glen Way were the 'Fit Four Fae Kirrie' who completed the Silver Finish and raised �6,165 for the Maggie's Centres.'Pictured at the start of the challenge are, from left, Susan Dyce, Gillian Ferguson, Jennifer Paton and Dianne Scott who started from Neptune's Staircase in Fort William and cycled the 31 miles to Fort Augustus. There the changed over from bike to boots took place and they then hiked 23 miles to Drumnadrochit. Monster is one of Maggie's Centres flagship fund-raising events. 2013 was the event's 10th year and in nine years it has raised over �4.8 million.

Taking part in the recent Maggie's Monster Bike & Hike Challenge on the Great Glen Way were the 'Fit Four Fae Kirrie' who completed the Silver Finish and raised �6,165 for the Maggie's Centres.'Pictured at the start of the challenge are, from left, Susan Dyce, Gillian Ferguson, Jennifer Paton and Dianne Scott who started from Neptune's Staircase in Fort William and cycled the 31 miles to Fort Augustus. There the changed over from bike to boots took place and they then hiked 23 miles to Drumnadrochit. Monster is one of Maggie's Centres flagship fund-raising events. 2013 was the event's 10th year and in nine years it has raised over �4.8 million.

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Taking part in the recent Maggie’s Monster Bike & Hike Challenge on the Great Glen Way were the “Fit Four Fae Kirrie” who completed the Silver Finish and raised £6,165 for the Maggie’s Centres.

Pictured at the start of the challenge are, from left, Susan Dyce, Gillian Ferguson, Jennifer Paton and Dianne Scott who started from Neptune’s Staircase in Fort William and cycled the 31 miles to Fort Augustus. There the changed over from bike to boots took place and they then hiked 23 miles to Drumnadrochit. Monster is one of Maggie’s Centres flagship fund-raising events. 2013 was the event’s 10th year and in nine years it has raised over £4.8 million.